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You've Got to Hide Your Love Away

The Beatles

 

Chord Guide

      3    4

G:    3x0003

         132

D:    xx0232

      134211

F:    133211

       32 1

C:    x32010

          134

Dsus4: xx0233

         132

D:    xx0232

          13

Dsus2: xx0230

 

 

        D   D U D U       w/swing feel

Strum:  1 + 2 + 3 +

 

 

Intro:  / G - - / - - - /

 

G        D              F         G     C (2)                       F   C

Here I stand with head in hand turn my face to the wall.

G           D       F          G   C (2)                    F     C   D (2)

If she's gone I can't go on feeling two foot small.

G          D     F        G      C (2)                  F    C

Everywhere people stare each and every day

G        D            F           G   C (2)                   F  C  D (4)

I can see them laugh at me  And I hear them say

 

 

Chorus:

G (2)                       C (2)                  Dsus4   D  Dsus2   D

Hey,  you've got to hide your love away

G (2)                       C (2)                  Dsus4   D  Dsus2   D

Hey,  you've got to hide your love away

 

G          D F       G C (2)              F   C

How can I even try I can never win.

G             D      F           G  C                      F   C   D (2)

Hearing them,  seeing them in the state I'm in.

G                D   F        G    C (2)                 F   C

How could she say to me "Love will find a way"?

G           D       F          G        C                       F  C  D (4)

Gather 'round, all you clowns, Let me hear you say

 

Chorus

 

Instrumental Verse (first two lines)

 

End on G instead of playing last D

 


This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.